Steelers Contracts and Salary Cap

Steelers rework Heath Miller's contract

The Steelers are officially getting to work on pre-free agency moves aimed to reduce their overall salary cap number before the league year begins next week.

Steelers to make decision on Ike Taylor soon

With free agency just a week away, the team will likely make some kind of move on cornerback Ike Taylor - more to the point, Taylor's $11.9 million cap number - very soon.

Being Kevin Colbert Part II: Ike and Woodley

Tough decisions will have to be made regarding LaMarr Woodley and Ike Taylor. Weighing both of them carefully, the moves we made, along with the others made in the first part of this series, put the Steelers just north of $10 million under the cap.

Being Kevin Colbert: Making Steelers roster moves

Our friends at Over The Cap created tools we can use to pretend we're both Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert and cap guru Omar Khan wrapped into one.

NFL sets salary cap at $133 million for 2014

The Steelers will approximately $500,000 under that figure as soon as they release left tackle Levi Brown, a move that should be considered imminent. From there, the offseason really begins.

Worilds gaining interest on free agent market

Free agent Jason Worilds appears to be entering his prime. The Steelers would love to see him spend his best years in Pittsburgh, which could be a daunting task.

Cap to be announced by Monday

The NFL is expected to announce a salary cap between $132 and $133 million Monday, writes the USA Today. That would put the Steelers almost one Levi Brown contract over compliance

New cap estimate climbs over $132 million

Whatever the final figure ends up being, optimism reigns right now over the salary cap positions of nearly every team, including the Steelers.

Report: Salary cap to top $132 million in 2014

NFL writer John Clayton cited a source indicating the 2014 NFL salary cap will reach $132 million, up from the initial projection of $130 million.

Report: Salary cap will be around $130 million

That five percent increase would put the Steelers approximately $8 million over the cap as it is currently projected. A few obvious roster moves will bring with it a fair amount of cap space to work with this free agency period.

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